Discover Restaurants offering the best American food in La Grange, Illinois, United States. La Grange, a suburb of Chicago, is a village in Cook County, in the U.S. state of Illinois. The population was 15,550 at the 2010 census.
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4 based on 68 reviews
We love to try new restaurants so this was our first visit to Burger Antics. This is probably the best burger Iâve had, hands down, in eons! No 70/30 fatty, tasteless beef here...only buttery ground sirloin grilled to perfection! The beer selection is fabulous and the whiskey selection takes up two pages of the menu! The service was fast, efficient, and friendly. The restaurant itself is quaint, quirky, and cozy. We will definitely return!
4 based on 123 reviews
Stopped in for lunch after visiting Brookfield Zoo. Friendly staff greeted us and we were told we could choose inside or out. Having been outside all morning we decided to stay in, but the outdoor patio looked nice. Our server was great and the food was very good. I had a burger and fries, and my husband had the shepherds pie which he said was wonderful. Would not hesitate to stop here again if in the area.
4 based on 37 reviews
When locally sourced ingredients meets gastronomic execution, great things happen. At fourteensixteen, our mission is simple - by letting the seasons dictate our menu, we carefully choose the freshest, sustainable ingredients to craft dishes youâll feel g
This is hands down one of the best places for fine dining in the West Suburbs of Chicago. This restaurant knows what they are doing. It's a cozy, casual atmosphere but with a five star dining experience. For a culinary adventure, I highly recommend ordering the Chef's Tasting. You will not be disappointed. The chef changes up the meal every week, so you never know what you'll get. Each course is a surprise which can be a fun experience shared for a date night or with a group of friends. I believe it typically includes 4 courses, starting with an appetizer and ending with dessert. Everything is sized and portioned well and ends up being just the right amount of food. They offer wine pairings with this as well. If you don't do the Chef's Tasting, you are sure to find something on their regular menu, including some tasty cocktails.
4 based on 63 reviews
This place gives you a small town country feel near the big city. Cute decor, friendly service and quality comfort food made this a great surprise. The breakfast dishes are both creative and delicious. Definitely worth a visit (family friendly & romantic).I will make my way back to this place.
4 based on 144 reviews
Vie, named after the French word for life, offers seasonal, contemporary American cuisine inspired by Western European cultures and rustic fare. Chef and owner Paul Virant focuses on year-round seasonal eating with a menu featuring housemade pickles and p
By any standard, Vie in Western Springs, Illinois, is one of the leading restaurants in the United States. It has earned one star from Michelin, the gold standard of culinary rating systems, and is ranked among the top 40 eateries in the country. Located at 4471 Lawn Avenue, a few steps from a Metra station, chef/owner Paul Virant opened his masterpiece in 2004, the first restaurant in Western Springs to serve liquor since Prohibition. It makes for farm-to-table fine dining in an elegant, warm setting with white tablecloths and black banquettes. It opens at 5 from Tuesday through Saturday. Virant offers five and eight-course tasting menus. There are so many delicious dishes that you are pressed to choose one item from another. How about a first course of pan fried Great Lakes perch or a domestic cheese plate or chilled muskmelon soup or wood-grilled corn or the Vie charcuterie with country pate, coppa, summer sausage, rye toast, pickles and mustard or chicken milanese with smoked chicken and fresh peaches? Entrees? How about pan roasted Great Lakes whitefish or wood-grilled 12-pound New York strip or bratwurst sausage and smoked ham or wood-grilled lamb loin and BBQ lamb leg or wood-grilled sturgeon? Virant has a thing with wood-grilled. But it seems to work. For dessert, try the dark chocolate croquette with milk chocolate whipped ganache, white chocolate gelato, sable crumble and raspberry jam. Or cucumber sorbet with blueberry granita, sparkling heirloom lime soda and blueberries. Vie is a unique, one-of-a-kind restaurant. But what would you expect from a Michelin award winner?
4 based on 44 reviews
Your gonna eat good but itâs not cheap!! Last meal of last New Year. We all had steak and loved it. Cooked to perfection and flavorful. Had the stuffed shrimp roll which was delicious. Donât recommend the French onion soup, not bad but not great either. Desserts were great. Carrot cake with a twist, had coconut in it. Molten chocolate cake-awesome and key lime pie. Drink selection was good but ran outta my buddies first beer. New Holland Dragons Milk. How can you only have one left on New Yearâs Eve??
4 based on 95 reviews
Nicksons Eatery, a Michelin Recommended Restaurant, located in the heart of downtown La Grange created by partners Nick Baca, his wife Carson Baca, and his brother Rich Baca. With a rich sense of American pride, the team is pleased to make their mark on t
Part of our family had Sunday brunch. Excellent service. Clean neat surroundings.Wonderful creative options for Sunday brunch. The "First Forage Flatbread" withfresh Michigan ramps, asparagus, Vermont cheddar and arugula pesto, in particular,stood out. Wow !
4 based on 175 reviews
Palmer Place provides restaurant services for the La Grange, IL area
Palmers Place is a wonderful restaurant right I the middle of Downtown La Grange!It has great food and almost unlimited types of beer. Service is perfect, Located the restaurant almost 30 tears ago!One problem with Palmers Place, ITâS TOO GOOD!!In good weather even both inside and outside areas are open and usually full, WHY? BECAUSE PALMERS PLACE IS TO PERFECT!
4 based on 165 reviews
prasino means "green" in Greek. So, it is only natural that every choice we make, from our food to our restaurant design to our kitchen facilities, reflects our respect for a sustainable environment. Our priority is serving hormone/anti-biotic free meats,
Recently visited to meet a coworker. Pleasantly surprised at the amount of seating, Inside there were booths and plenty of table seating in the huge restaurant. I also believe there was outdoor seating as well. Was seated pretty quickly, and ordered a plate of yogurt... it was plain yogurt, which I almost passed on, as I really like vanilla, but glad I didnât. It was full of granola and berries. What made th yogurt especially good was, the drizzle of honey. It was probably big enough for me, if I had ordered a few slices of toast, but I wanted to try their omelets. I ordered their hippie omelette, and added ham. It was really good, and super filling. I think next time, Iâd order it with a smaller amount of goat cheese, as it was kinda overwhelming, but good. Excellent venue and would highly recommend!
4 based on 110 reviews
In th Ed area looking for a 6am breakfast place. Big menus, omletes, skillets, pancakes the works. Great coffee, great service. Food was hot, fresh and coffee carafe on the table. My kind of place, I'll come back here if I'm in the area.
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